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Christmas Population: 2,774

Total Males: 1,209
Total Females: 1,565
Median Household Income: $49,536
Total Households: 829

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Brief Information About Christmas

Christmas is a small town in the Orange County of Florida, USA. It covers a total area of about 9 sq. kms., located 44 ft above the sea level. Christmas is home to the world's largest alligator shaped building. Tourism holds an important place in the local economy and all other businesses and economic activities are also primarily based on tourism. Tourism helps in the overall growth of the local economy. Some of the prominent tourism related businesses are tavel agencies, airline service companies, hotels and restaurants, pubs, car rental facilities, boating and hiring facilities, marinas, clinics and hospitals, handicraft stores, gift shops and convenience stores. The local post office helps the tourists with improved communication facilities.

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